Fall Photo Hike This Saturday, October 11 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Meet at the Devil’s Lake State Park Nature Center.
Join us for a FREE photography hike and workshop during peak fall color in the Baraboo Hills! Photographer Derrick Mayoleth of Skillet Creek Media will lead you on a learning experience to some of the most beautiful locations on Devil’s Lake State Park’s East Bluff for creating wonderful color images.
Bring your cameras and your questions! We’ll talk about manual camera controls, lighting, composition, and being flexible to get the most from your environment and weather conditions. Expect to spend at least 3 hours roaming the east bluff. It’s a good idea to bring a backpack with warm clothes, sun glasses, gloves, snacks, water and any other comfort items you may need. October weather can be unpredictable!
Other suggested gear: If you have an SLR, a polarizing filter is a must! You may want to bring a tripod, your camera’s manual and any other lens and filters you may wish to use.
Contact Sue Johansen, Park Naturalist
(608) 356-8301 Ext. 140
** Note: If you park a car within the state park, you do need a state park admission sticker. Click here for details.